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Metalic monofilament bone cerclage wiring

metalic monofilament bone cerclage wiring
metalic monofilament bone cerclage wiring
metalic monofilament bone cerclage wiring
metalic monofilament bone cerclage wiring
metalic monofilament bone cerclage wiring
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Type of wiring
metalic monofilament

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LINK® Bone Cerclages Wire tightener/twister, bone cerclages and Thabe titanium cerclage band LINK® Wire Tightener/Twister With the LINK wire tightener/twister, the fixation wire is first tightened around the bone and bone plate, then twisted and finally severed. Obtainable as a complete instrument set Small fragment wires up to 0.8 mm in diameter Standard model wires up to 1.0 mm in diameter Heavy model wires up to 1.6 mm in diameter LINK® Bone Cerclages with locking mechanism The lock is firmly positioned at one end of the stainless steel cerclage band. It is tightened with a Spanner Key. A toothed gear is present in the lock preventing the Cerclage from coming loose Length: 165 mm, width: 5 mm Material: stainless steel A complete bone cerclage instrument set in a container is also obtainable LINK® Titanium–Cerclage Band according to Thabe The Thabe titanium-cerclage band offers an effective and easy way to treat fractures of the femur. Compared to wire cerclage systems, the wide contact surface of the cerclage band distributes the pressure over a larger surface area and prevents cutting of the cerclage into the bone. The corrugated portion of the cerclage band preserves the periosteal blood supply. This is essential to the revitalization of fracture fragments or transplanted bone. Titanium is biocompatible, allowing the cerclage to remain in the body longer.
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